Based on Arkipelago’s 20 year old ROME™ database design, ROME NeXt™ is an enterprise grade, open source based Network Inventory and Resource Management system. ROME NeXt™ covers some aspects of NGOSS/Frameworx.

Built completely on Java EE and JBoss™,utilizing both MySQL™ and Neo4j™ databases, the platform is focused on open scalability, reliability, usability and interoperability.

ROME NeXt™ is capable of simultaneously working with multiple vendors and virtually any network technology in a single model. This applies to the entire network lifecycle - from planning a new network to managing a fully operational network, handling complex tasks such as vendor change-outs and merging fixed and mobile networks. Multi-vendor, multi-technolology.

Based on the open design format of ROME NeXt™, virtually any equipment vendor, and many different network technologies can be modeled and configured, including but not limited to ADVA, Alcatel-Lucent, Bosch, Ciena, Cisco, Coriant, ECI, Ericsson, Hitachi, Huawei, HP, Juniper, NEC, Nokia Siemens, Nortel, Tellabs, Transmode and ZTE.


The ease of a Relational Database and the advantages of a new Graph Database

The application is developed to run natively on any Android device, and communicates with a Central Hybrid RDBMS/Graph Database. Graph Databases are designed to be fast and were initially developed for Social Media websites. The rapid processing power of the graph database allows you to make changes to your Network in a fraction of the time.

All users sign into the application and query the master database over WAN or the Mobile network. Dependent upon the end-users phone settings. Dynamic data feeds and updates to the Master Database.

Additional development includes a version of the product that supports smart phones and in particular Android v4.2+ and higher.

Specifically designed to utilize the new applications developed for Android smartphones

Because the tool was developed for Android smartphones, it’s easy to use and intuitive. It utilizes smartphone applications like open source barcode reading software and the built-in camera function on the smartphone, the users can update the database quickly with the data all being centralized on your Master Database as it is collected or updated.

Supporting a wide-range of Android
operating systems, in all shapes and sizes.